Do you have a background within the public sector? Do you want to work for the UK's largest public sector employer within a Project Support setting? If you have answered yes to the above then please read on as we want to hear from you.
The support team based in Leeds City Centre is looking to expand and develop its team due to natural attrition however they have also been awarded a number of specific projects that need staff to manage this.
City Centre (location 5 minutes from any station)
Modern offices with accessible amenities
Professional and forward thinking culture
Very Competitive rates of pay
NHS Pathways is an NHS owned clinical decision support suite that has been built by NHS clinicians to provide safe, effective and evidence-based assessment and referral to appropriate care. Covering any patient contacting urgent or emergency care by telephone, online or face-to-face, it has been selected to be used by all 111 areas, giving coverage of the whole of England. Five ambulance services also currently use the system. Clinical governance is provided by an independent committee chaired by the RCGP, with representation from all Royal Colleges and professional bodies with an interest in urgent or emergency care.
The Senior Project Support Officer (SPSO) will provide a comprehensive support service to the delivery of NHS Pathways data releases. Representing the Release team in Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDTs), the SPSO will document all clinical changes within each iteration of NHS Pathways, contributing to the design and execution of internal and external assurance testing. The SPSO will also support our partners and stakeholders in the Beta phase of each NHS Pathways iteration, by being the first point of contact, resolving issues/queries and escalating where necessary. The SPSO will also assist the Clinical Authoring team with regular internal Issues resolution and Clinical Governance meeting support. Reviewing and refining Release processes and documentation will also form part of the SPSO role, along with non-clinical amendments to the NHS Pathways product, under the supervision of a Senior Clinician.
Experienced user of Microsoft office products Excel, Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint and Outlook
Proven ability and experience to work collaboratively in a dispersed team, co-operating with others and asking colleagues for help to ensure tasks are completed on time.
If this sounds like the perfect opportunity, please get in touch with Siobhan at Brook Street on 01274307569